What COVID-era Queen's Park Accomplished

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

It's been another unprecedented session at Queen's Park, as the province remains under a state of emergency. While the focus has been addressing COVID-19, other provincial concerns still matter. Doug Ford's government has crafted new legislation on everything from a controversial new highway and changes to election spending, to human trafficking. A year out from the 2022 election, we look at how the governing party has managed to push its agenda forward.
Episode:
What's Getting Accomplished at Queen's Park?
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Jun 07, 2021
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